The Economist

Insight and opinion on international news, politics, business, finance, science, technology, books and arts

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Editors
Adam Smith

Writer, thinker, talker, walker. Audience engagement editor @TheEconomist.

Denise Law

Head of Product @TheEconomist. Previously Community Editor. A Canadian living in London via Hong Kong, Shanghai and Utrecht.

The Economist

Insight and opinion on international news, politics, business, finance, science, technology, books and arts.

Edmund Henry

Social media writer at The Economist

Caz Carter

If we bring a little joy into your humdrum lives, it makes us feel as though our hard work ain't been in vain for nothin'

John Prideaux

I’m U.S. Editor at The Economist.

Tom Standage

Deputy editor of The Economist, NYT-bestselling author of “A History of the World in 6 Glasses”, drummer, gamer, pizza-maker, etc

Bo Franklin

Social Media Writer @TheEconomist.

Melissa Heikkila

Social Media Journalist at The Economist

Latest Posts

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How different countries are tackling a growing economic problem

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A new weekly section will showcase our visual storytelling

The scandalous love affair that fuelled John Stuart Mill’s feminism

Was Harriet Taylor Mill the great liberal thinker’s secret muse?

Peeling back the curtain

How the Economist is opening the data behind our reporting

AI offers a unique opportunity for social progress

But it will only do good if it is held to the highest ethical standards, says Mustafa Suleyman of DeepMind

Thinkers from the past

How The Economist’s writers found fresh thoughts in old ideas

The death of democracy and birth of an unknown beast

A book excerpt and interview with David Runciman, author of “How Democracy Ends”

A manifesto for renewing liberalism

Success turned liberals into a complacent elite. They need to rekindle their desire for radicalism

Over to you

Who is responsible for the future of liberal values?

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